CISSP-ISSEP Certification Training

Duration: 5 days

Introduction

Prepare for the (ISC)2 exams to earn Certified Information Systems Security Professional – Information Systems Security Engineering Professional (CISSP-ISSEP) certification in this five-day course. This course also helps you prepare for the Certified Authorization Professional certification.

Our expert instructors will guide you through the four domains of knowledge required of CISSP-ISSEP candidates using concrete, real-world examples to optimize your understanding of the concepts. Get invaluable guidance on exam preparation, and learn test-taking techniques and learn-and-recall strategies throughout the course.

You will also gain practical knowledge of content covered in the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Systems Engineering Handbook beyond the theory covered in the ISSEP Common Body of Knowledge.

CISSP-ISSEP Certification Training

Related Courses

After completing this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Systems Security Engineering
  • Certification and Accreditation / Risk Management Framework
  • Technical Management
  • US Government Information Assurance-Related Policies and Issuances

System Security Engineering

  • Information Protection
  • Need for Information Protection
  • Understanding Business Mission
  • Legal Requirements
  • Threats to Information
  • Threat Classes
  • Threat Impacts
  • Information Protection Basics
  • Security Services
  • Security Management
  • Security Design
  • Security Documentation
  • Information Protection Assurance
  • Assessing Protection Effectiveness
  • System Security Requirements
  • System Security Architecture
  • System Security Design
  • System Security Implementation

Certification and Accreditation (C&A)

  • US Government Processes
  • NIACAP
  • RMF SP800-37
  • DIACAP
  • C&A Roles and Responsibilities
  • C&A in the Development Lifecycle
  • C&A Reporting and Documentation

Technical Management

  • Planning Technical Efforts
  • Estimating Scope and Cost
  • Identifying Resources
  • Assigning Roles and Responsibilities
  • Developing Tasks and Schedules
  • Creating a Project Plan
  • Gaining Consensus
  • Managing Technical Efforts
  • Collecting Data and Tracking Progress
  • Reviewing Work Products and Deliverables
  • Managing Configuration Items
  • Reviewing Project Status and Performance
  • Project Management Guidelines and Methods
  • Capability Maturity Models

US Government IA Regulations

  • National Policies
  • Executive Order 13231
  • Presidential Directive (HSPD)
  • NSTISS Policies and Memos
  • CNSS Publications
  • OMB Circular A-130 and Other Publications
  • Civil Agency Policies
  • FIPS
  • NIST Special Publications
  • Defense Agency Policies
  • DoD Directives
  • DoD Instructions
  • DoD Manuals
  • NSA Publications
  • International Standards
  • Common Criteria
  • Public Law
  • Privacy Act of 1974
  • Computer Security Act of 1987
  • FISMA

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